Heritage Title Donates to New City Pickleball Courts


Heritage title of Logan Utah makes $1000 donation to Ward the construction of the new Bridger Park Pickleball complex.

Tiffany Hill, owner and president of heritage title, said she was gratified to be asked to contribute.<br />”I’ve heard a lot about the game. It sounds like great fun… Just the kind of sport people of all ages can participate in.”

Wally Brazzeal, president of the Logan Pickleball Association agrees with Tiffany and hope that others will embrace the new sport. “Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sport in America. It is no wonder that is catching on so fast here in northern Utah.” Our goal is to raise $25,000, a small portion of the overall funds needed to complete the project.”

The eight courts are scheduled to be completed sometime in the summer of 2017. The City of Logan has earmark $260,000 towards the project which is located at 1261 N. 400 West, next to Bridger elementary school. The city is working in tandem with the Logan Pickleball Association, which has taken on the challenge to raise a portion of the funds needed to complete the project. The overall budget is estimated at 285,000.

What’s Pickleball? Some have described Pickleball as a cross between tennis and racquetball, Ping-Pong and badminton. It’s played on a court less than a third the size of a tennis court… instead of racquets, players use paddles to hit a softball size wiffle ball.

The game was created in 1965 and is now played in all 50 states. It is being touted as a sport for all ages, and an excellent gateway sport for youth. It’s a quick learn court game, generally with longer rallies than tennis or racquetball. Considered a team sport activity, Pickleball has less joint/muscle trauma.

The game is generally played as doubles and can accommodate eight people in play within the size of a single tennis court. 


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